One of the first single-family homes built in Dune Alpin Farm -- one of the East End’s original dairy farms, which was transformed in 1981 into a 135-acre luxury community with more than 50 acres of preserved land -- has been listed for $2.325 million.
The four-bedroom, 3 1 / 2-bathroom barn-style home sits on close to an acre and has views of the pastoral, undeveloped property from the backyard pool.
“It’s one of the most desirable places to live in East Hampton,” says listing agent Richard Swift of Town & Country Real Estate. “Instead of another house in back of you, all the properties have wonderful reserve areas of these rolling lawns.”
Dune Alpin Farm has miles of bridle paths. East Hampton’s La Pampa Polo Club’s ponies practice on the property, and Dune Alpin residents can watch.